Intellectual Property: Fostering Competitiveness and Community
Sweeping changes are being made to the way that trademarks, patents and industrial designs are obtained and enforced in Canada. Some of these changes will make it easier to procure these rights in Canada, while others will make the procurement and the enforcement of intellectual property (IP) rights more challenging. This panel of practitioners will help you understand the changes and highlight what you need to know to protect your organization’s IP assets.
- Stuart Ash, Leader – Trademarks Group, Canada, Gowling WLG
- Natalie Raffoul, Managing Partner, Brion Raffoul Intellectual Property Law
When & Where:
- Tuesday, April 9 – 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM ET
- Room: TBD